Where are peacocks indigenous?

Answer Peacock refers to the male of the peafowl. Three species of peafowl come from various parts of the world. The Indian peafowl is native to India and Pakistan, while the green peafowl comes from Sout... Read More »

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Where do peacocks live?

Peafowl, more commonly known as peacocks, come in three different species. Indian--or blue--peacocks live in India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Green peacocks live in the southeast Asian countries of ... Read More »

Where in the world do peacocks live?

Three species of peafowl, of which the peacock is the male bird, exist in the world, according to the San Diego Zoo website. The Indian peafowl (blue peafowl) occurs in Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Indi... Read More »

Where do peacocks live in the wild?

The blue or Indian peacock, the most recognizable peacock species, is native to India and Sri Lanka. The green peacock is native to Java and Myanmar. A third relatively little-known species of peac... Read More »

Indigenous Art Grants?

Indigenous art grants provide monies to Native American, Alaskan Native and Hawaiian Native individuals who are interested in pursuing an education or career in the arts. There are several universi... Read More »